As a kiwi, you grow up knowing about Anzac’s and the significance of them in WW1, and considering how interested the BF is into the subject we couldn’t go to Turkey without a side trip to Gallipoli. 467 more words
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My dear Wife and Children,
Last night, we saw a boxing show between men of the different regiments, so it was too late to write to you when I returned. 649 more words
“GENUINE CONSTABLES” (2/2).
A month later he was sitting again at Charlie Dyson’s table at the club.
“It’s over at last,” he said. “The presentation was made last night. 1,452 more words
“GENUINE CONSTABLES” (1/2).
The dining-room at the club was nearly empty. Charlie Dyson sat at his usual table in the alcove by the window, warming himself in the sunny optimism of the London correspondent of the… 1,499 more words
I’ve been reading three books concurrently over the last month or so (an audio book in my car, a fat book that lives on my nightstand, and a slimmer book that I can carry around in my handbag), and I have just finished them all around the same time, so here are three book reviews in a row, starting with… 346 more words